An Active Administrator and Education Specialist
About Geoffrey Zoeller
Geoffrey Zoeller has enjoyed recognition for his considerable work in educational administration over the course of his career. He previously served as the superintendent of schools with Westwood Regional School District and as the founding principal for the Union County Vocational-Technical Schools’ Magnet High School. Committed to advancing efforts at both the local and national levels, Zoeller has presented to his peers at the Superintendent's Study Council at Seton Hall University and at meetings of the NJASA (the New Jersey Association of School Administrators). Moreover, Geoffrey Zoeller is widely referenced in the book Revisiting Dewey: Best Practices for Educating the Whole Child Today. He holds membership in the American Association of School Administrators and the John Dewey Society, among other organizations.
Geoffrey Zoeller completed his B.A., M.A., and Ed.D. at Rutgers University, where he focused his studies on music theory and composition, biochemistry, musicology, and curriculum theory and development. He also holds a master of arts in administration and supervision from Montclair State University.